MON-PO597: The effect of a perioperative multinutrient supplement on collagen synthesis during early hernia repair: A randomised clinical pilot study

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MON-PO597: The effect of a perioperative multinutrient supplement on collagen synthesis during early hernia repair: A randomised clinical pilot study. / Kjær, Marie; Frederiksen, A K S; Nissen, N I; Willumsen, Nicholas; van Hall, Gerrit; Jørgensen, Lars Nannestad; Andersen, Jens Rikardt; Ågren, Magnus S.

I: Clinical Nutrition, Bind 38, Nr. Supplement 1, 09.2019, s. S280-S281.

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Kjær, M, Frederiksen, AKS, Nissen, NI, Willumsen, N, van Hall, G, Jørgensen, LN, Andersen, JR & Ågren, MS 2019, 'MON-PO597: The effect of a perioperative multinutrient supplement on collagen synthesis during early hernia repair: A randomised clinical pilot study', Clinical Nutrition, bind 38, nr. Supplement 1, s. S280-S281.

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Kjær, M., Frederiksen, A. K. S., Nissen, N. I., Willumsen, N., van Hall, G., Jørgensen, L. N., Andersen, J. R., & Ågren, M. S. (2019). MON-PO597: The effect of a perioperative multinutrient supplement on collagen synthesis during early hernia repair: A randomised clinical pilot study. Clinical Nutrition, 38(Supplement 1), S280-S281.

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Kjær M, Frederiksen AKS, Nissen NI, Willumsen N, van Hall G, Jørgensen LN o.a. MON-PO597: The effect of a perioperative multinutrient supplement on collagen synthesis during early hernia repair: A randomised clinical pilot study. Clinical Nutrition. 2019 sep;38(Supplement 1):S280-S281.

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Kjær, Marie ; Frederiksen, A K S ; Nissen, N I ; Willumsen, Nicholas ; van Hall, Gerrit ; Jørgensen, Lars Nannestad ; Andersen, Jens Rikardt ; Ågren, Magnus S. / MON-PO597: The effect of a perioperative multinutrient supplement on collagen synthesis during early hernia repair: A randomised clinical pilot study. I: Clinical Nutrition. 2019 ; Bind 38, Nr. Supplement 1. s. S280-S281.

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title = "MON-PO597: The effect of a perioperative multinutrient supplement on collagen synthesis during early hernia repair: A randomised clinical pilot study",
abstract = "Rationale: The inguinal hernia disease is associated with an imbalanced collagen metabolism including attenuated type V collagen synthesis. The aim of the present study was to normalise this distorted collagen equilibrium by supplying a combination of nutrients necessary for collagen synthesis to patients undergoing inguinal hernia repair. Methods: Twenty-one male patients scheduled for Lichtenstein inguinal hernia repair were randomized to an enriched nutritional supplementation (ENS-protein) group receiving 55 mg zinc, 1250 mg vitamin C, 14 g arginine and 14 g glutamine daily (n = 10) or to a control group (n = 11). Both groups received 1.5 g/kg of high-quality protein daily for 28 days. In addition, experimental epidermal wounds were created from raised suction blisters. Biomarkers of type I (CICP), type III (PRO-C3) and type V (PRO-C5) collagen synthesis were measured by enzyme-linked immunosorbent assays together with zinc and free amino acids in serum collected at baseline (day -14), day 0 before surgery and on postoperative day 1 (day 1). Wound fluids from surgical drain were analysed for CICP, PRO-C3 and PRO-C5 on postoperative days 1 and 2.Results: Fourteen days of ENS-protein raised the serum zinc level (p = 0.002) but reduced (p = 0.022) total amino acid levels preoperatively. Postoperatively, serum PRO-C5 decreased (p = 0.046) in the protein group but not in the patients receiving ENS-protein, who also had higher (p = 0.041) PRO-C5 levels than the protein group on day 1. CICP wound fluid levels increased from day 1 to day 2 in both groups and were higher on day 2 in the ENS-protein group compared with the protein group (P = 0.029). PRO-C3 increased (p = 0.028) from day 1–day 2 in the ENS-protein group, but not in the protein group. Onepatient in the ENS-protein group developed wound infection and subsequent hernia recurrence. In the protein group, two patients developed wound infections and hernia recurred in three other patients within the 1-year follow-up period. The epidermal wounds healed uneventfully in both groups. Conclusions: Supplementation with zinc, vitamin C, arginine andglutamine maintained type V collagen synthesis systemically following inguinal hernia repair and increased type I collagen synthesislocally.",
author = "Marie Kj{\ae}r and Frederiksen, {A K S} and Nissen, {N I} and Nicholas Willumsen and {van Hall}, Gerrit and J{\o}rgensen, {Lars Nannestad} and Andersen, {Jens Rikardt} and {\AA}gren, {Magnus S}",
year = "2019",
month = sep,
language = "English",
volume = "38",
pages = "S280--S281",
journal = "Clinical Nutrition",
issn = "0261-5614",
publisher = "Elsevier",
number = "Supplement 1",
note = "null ; Conference date: 31-08-2019 Through 03-09-2019",

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T1 - MON-PO597: The effect of a perioperative multinutrient supplement on collagen synthesis during early hernia repair: A randomised clinical pilot study

AU - Kjær, Marie

AU - Frederiksen, A K S

AU - Nissen, N I

AU - Willumsen, Nicholas

AU - van Hall, Gerrit

AU - Jørgensen, Lars Nannestad

AU - Andersen, Jens Rikardt

AU - Ågren, Magnus S

PY - 2019/9

Y1 - 2019/9

N2 - Rationale: The inguinal hernia disease is associated with an imbalanced collagen metabolism including attenuated type V collagen synthesis. The aim of the present study was to normalise this distorted collagen equilibrium by supplying a combination of nutrients necessary for collagen synthesis to patients undergoing inguinal hernia repair. Methods: Twenty-one male patients scheduled for Lichtenstein inguinal hernia repair were randomized to an enriched nutritional supplementation (ENS-protein) group receiving 55 mg zinc, 1250 mg vitamin C, 14 g arginine and 14 g glutamine daily (n = 10) or to a control group (n = 11). Both groups received 1.5 g/kg of high-quality protein daily for 28 days. In addition, experimental epidermal wounds were created from raised suction blisters. Biomarkers of type I (CICP), type III (PRO-C3) and type V (PRO-C5) collagen synthesis were measured by enzyme-linked immunosorbent assays together with zinc and free amino acids in serum collected at baseline (day -14), day 0 before surgery and on postoperative day 1 (day 1). Wound fluids from surgical drain were analysed for CICP, PRO-C3 and PRO-C5 on postoperative days 1 and 2.Results: Fourteen days of ENS-protein raised the serum zinc level (p = 0.002) but reduced (p = 0.022) total amino acid levels preoperatively. Postoperatively, serum PRO-C5 decreased (p = 0.046) in the protein group but not in the patients receiving ENS-protein, who also had higher (p = 0.041) PRO-C5 levels than the protein group on day 1. CICP wound fluid levels increased from day 1 to day 2 in both groups and were higher on day 2 in the ENS-protein group compared with the protein group (P = 0.029). PRO-C3 increased (p = 0.028) from day 1–day 2 in the ENS-protein group, but not in the protein group. Onepatient in the ENS-protein group developed wound infection and subsequent hernia recurrence. In the protein group, two patients developed wound infections and hernia recurred in three other patients within the 1-year follow-up period. The epidermal wounds healed uneventfully in both groups. Conclusions: Supplementation with zinc, vitamin C, arginine andglutamine maintained type V collagen synthesis systemically following inguinal hernia repair and increased type I collagen synthesislocally.

AB - Rationale: The inguinal hernia disease is associated with an imbalanced collagen metabolism including attenuated type V collagen synthesis. The aim of the present study was to normalise this distorted collagen equilibrium by supplying a combination of nutrients necessary for collagen synthesis to patients undergoing inguinal hernia repair. Methods: Twenty-one male patients scheduled for Lichtenstein inguinal hernia repair were randomized to an enriched nutritional supplementation (ENS-protein) group receiving 55 mg zinc, 1250 mg vitamin C, 14 g arginine and 14 g glutamine daily (n = 10) or to a control group (n = 11). Both groups received 1.5 g/kg of high-quality protein daily for 28 days. In addition, experimental epidermal wounds were created from raised suction blisters. Biomarkers of type I (CICP), type III (PRO-C3) and type V (PRO-C5) collagen synthesis were measured by enzyme-linked immunosorbent assays together with zinc and free amino acids in serum collected at baseline (day -14), day 0 before surgery and on postoperative day 1 (day 1). Wound fluids from surgical drain were analysed for CICP, PRO-C3 and PRO-C5 on postoperative days 1 and 2.Results: Fourteen days of ENS-protein raised the serum zinc level (p = 0.002) but reduced (p = 0.022) total amino acid levels preoperatively. Postoperatively, serum PRO-C5 decreased (p = 0.046) in the protein group but not in the patients receiving ENS-protein, who also had higher (p = 0.041) PRO-C5 levels than the protein group on day 1. CICP wound fluid levels increased from day 1 to day 2 in both groups and were higher on day 2 in the ENS-protein group compared with the protein group (P = 0.029). PRO-C3 increased (p = 0.028) from day 1–day 2 in the ENS-protein group, but not in the protein group. Onepatient in the ENS-protein group developed wound infection and subsequent hernia recurrence. In the protein group, two patients developed wound infections and hernia recurred in three other patients within the 1-year follow-up period. The epidermal wounds healed uneventfully in both groups. Conclusions: Supplementation with zinc, vitamin C, arginine andglutamine maintained type V collagen synthesis systemically following inguinal hernia repair and increased type I collagen synthesislocally.

M3 - Conference abstract in journal

VL - 38

SP - S280-S281

JO - Clinical Nutrition

JF - Clinical Nutrition

SN - 0261-5614

IS - Supplement 1

Y2 - 31 August 2019 through 3 September 2019

ER -

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